Man's inhumanity to man has been written about in poetry and prose for centuries and the line that separates disturbances and tensions from armed conflict can sometimes be blurred.
Here is a range of resources, located in the Mary MacKillop Library, that look at conflict and the effect it has had on generations of people with often devastating consequences.
Cry 'Havoc!" and let slip the dogs of war / William Shakespeare (1564-1616)Julius Caesar III:1
- War stories
- War in literature
- Peace in Literature
- War -- Pictorial works
- War Poetry
- War Poetry -- 20th Century
- World War (1914-1918) -- Personal Narratives
- World War (1939-1945) -- Personal Narratives
There are several articles related to "Man's inhumanity to man" in eReserve.
- Neill, Rosemary 2009,' First Impressions: Rosemary Neill meets Mariatu Kamara, child war victim advocate', Weekend Australian, 9th May 2009.
- Maurice Sendak'Mark upon a Grimm tale by John Gross, November, 1988
- Dear Mili: An old tale (Wilhelm Karl Grimm) by Sandra L Bertman, 8th April, 2000.
- Dark dreams in the world of Grimm a review by Joan Zahnleiter.
- Experiencing the Holocaust 808.80358 GAL
- Encyclopedia of World War II 940.5303 ENC
- The Marshall Cavendish illustrated encyclopedia of World war I 940.3 MAR
- Britannica Online School Edition PreK-12 **requires your username and password to access
- Australian writers: 1950-1975
- eLibrary - General author/title search
- ProQuest Literature - Specific Author search including biography and literary criticisms
- ProQuest Newsstand - Book Reviews, interview transcripts etc
Beit Hatfutsot: Museum of Jewish Peopl
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